self-incompatible


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self-incompatible

(sĕlf′ĭn-kəm-păt′ə-bəl)
adj.
Incapable of self-fertilization.

self′-in′com·pat′i·bil′i·ty n.
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These results suggest that there are differences between genotypes in the self-incompatible reaction.
exhibit unilateral incompatibility in self-incompatible x
coccinea was recorded as the only self-incompatible species, depending upon diurnal pollinators for its reproduction.
It also is consistent with the unexpected results from Treatment 1; if this species was self-incompatible, I would have had to transfer outcrossed pollen to a stigma enclosed in an unopened bud, rather than simply leaving a grain of self pollen behind.
A-3 and A-4 parent lines are highly self-incompatible, but cross-fertile tetraploid bermudagrass clones.
Evidence for Baker's Law has been drawn largely from comparative studies documenting a higher frequency of self-compatible relative to self-incompatible plant species on oceanic islands (Baker 1955, 1967; McMullen 1987; Webb and Kelly 1993; but see Carr et al.
if plants were self-compatible or self-incompatible, and whether plants were pollen limited, crossing studies were conducted in the field at each of the sites.
2] progeny, plants with self-incompatible pin flowers were pollinated by pollen from self-compatible homomorphic flowers to observe seed shattering.
matronalis is largely self-incompatible, with hand-cross-pollinated flowers producing 12 seeds/fruit, while selfed or unpollinated flowers produce only 2 seeds/fruit (RJ Mitchell, unpublished data).
M6-2 is a multigerm, biennial, self-incompatible germplasm that is heterogeneous for plant type and hypocotyl color.